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Lie group actions in complex analysis

by Dmitri N. Akhiezer

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Published by Vieweg in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Complex manifolds.,
  • Lie groups.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-195) and indexes.

    StatementDmitri N. Akhiezer.
    SeriesAspects of mathematics -- vol. E 27, Aspects of mathematics -- vol. 27
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA387 .A42 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 201 p. ;
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16481814M
    ISBN 10352806420X

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Lie group actions in complex analysis by Dmitri N. Akhiezer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lie Group Actions in Complex Analysis. Authors (view affiliations) Dmitri N. Akhiezer; Book. 43 Citations; The choice of material is based on my understanding of the role of Lie groups in complex analysis.

On the one hand, they appear as the automorphism groups of certain complex spaces, e. g., bounded domains in en or compact spaces, and. This book was planned as an introduction to a vast area, where many contri­ butions have been made in recent years.

The choice of material is based on my understanding of the role of Lie groups in complex analysis. On the one hand, they appear as the automorphism groups of certain complex spaces.

Lie group actions in complex analysis. [Dmitrij N Achiezer] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dmitrij N Achiezer. Find more information about: ISBN: X In this paper, we continue to study actions of high-dimensional Lie groups on complex manifolds.

We give a complete explicit description of all pairs (M,G), where M is a. We explicitly classify all pairs (M,G)(M,G), where M is a connected complex manifold of dimension n⩾2n⩾2 and G is a connected Lie group acting properly and effectively on M by holomorphic.

The main focus of my research lies within the theory of Lie group actions in complex analysis and geometry. As Akhiezer wrote in his book [Akh95], the role of Lie groups in complex analysis is twofold.

On the one hand they appear as transformation groups of. Group actions and groupoids. The notion of group action can be put in a broader context by using the action groupoid ′ = ⋉ associated to the group action, thus allowing techniques from groupoid theory such as presentations and fibrations.

Further the stabilizers of the action are the vertex groups, and the orbits of the action are the. The aim of this note is to develop the basic general theory of Lie algebras to give a first insight into the basics of the structure theory and representation theory of semi simple Lie algebras.

Topics covered includes: Group actions and group representations, General theory of Lie algebras, Structure theory of complex semisimple Lie algebras.

Lie Groups Beyond an Introduction takes the reader from the end of introductory Lie group theory to the threshold of infinite-dimensional group representations. Merging algebra and analysis throughout, the author uses Lie-theoretic methods to develop a beautiful theory having wide applications in mathematics and by: Part I: Lie Groups Richard Borcherds, Mark Haiman, Nicolai Reshetikhin, Vera Serganova, and Theo Johnson-Freyd October 5, File Size: 1MB.

Introduction to Lie algebras. In these lectures we will start from the beginning the theory of Lie algebras and their representations. Topics covered includes: General properties of Lie algebras, Jordan-Chevalley decomposition, semisimple Lie algebras, Classification of complex semisimple Lie algebras, Cartan subalgebras, classification of connected Coxeter graphs and complex.

A Lie group is, roughly speaking, a continuous group, that is, a group described by several real parameters. In this book, we consider matrix Lie groups, which Author: Brian C. Hall. Quantum Theory, Groups and Representations: An Introduction Peter Woit Department of Mathematics, Columbia University [email protected] Size: 2MB.

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Blending algebra, analysis, and topology, the study of compact Lie groups is one of the most beautiful areas of mathematics and a key stepping stone to the theory of general Lie groups.

Assuming no prior knowledge of Lie groups, this book covers the structure and representation theory of compact Lie by: Remark The assumptions of Theorem are automatically satisfied by any compact oriented Riemannian Einstein 4-manifold (M, g) which is not locally symmetric and admits an effective isometric action of a Lie group G with dim G ⩾ 4, provided that (a) We change the orientation of M, if necessary; or, (b) Neither (M, g) itself nor any two-fold Riemannian covering.

of the Lie group. The Lie algebra, being a linear object, is more immediately accessible than the group. It was Wilhelm Killing (–) who insisted that before one could classify all group actions one should begin by classifying all (finite dimensional real) Lie algebras. The gradual evolution of the ideas of Lie, Friedrich Engel ( A right action of a Lie group on a manifold Mis a smooth map M×G→M written (m,g) →mgsuch that mgh= m(gh).

Similarly for a left action. Particularly important are linear actions on vector spaces, that is to say representations of Gor homomorphisms G→GL(V). The Lie algebra of a Lie group Let Gbe a Lie group and set g = TG. In The People of the Lie, Peck unveils his dissatisfaction with psychologys attempt, or lack there of, at naming evil.

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The book can serve as an excellent text for a graduate course on modern methods of complex analysis, as. Chapter I deals with Lie group actions on manifolds. In Chapters II and III, symplectic geometry and Hamiltonian group actions are introduced, especially torus actions and action-angle variables.

The core of the book is Chapter IV which is devoted to applications of Morse theory to Hamiltonian group actions, including convexity theorems.As a member or leader of a book club, you are likely to be reading books on a wide variety of topics, both fiction and matter the genre, age, notoriety, or length of the book of the moment, book club questions can kickstart or enhance your group r you are discussing characters and their actions, setting, theme, or images, having a guide to questions Author: Esther Lombardi.A6.

The Lie algebra of a Lie group A7. How to show a group is semisimple Notes References Appendix B. Assumed Background B1. Groups and group actions B2. Galois theory and eld extensions B3. Algebraic numbers and transcendental numbers B4. Polynomial rings B5. General topology B6. Measure theory B7.